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Old 01-13-2013, 02:45 AM   #51
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I think Beer and guns go together, "Just remember Aim responsibly"

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Old 01-13-2013, 02:48 AM   #52
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I think Beer and guns go together, "Just remember Aim responsibly"
With both your rifle and you gun. Also remember which is for fighting and which is for fun.
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Old 01-13-2013, 02:49 AM   #53
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No .50 here but..


Sigma 1911
Smith and Wesson AR-15
Winchester home defense 12 gauge (8 round tube)
Tula SKS
Century Arms AK-47
Smith and Wesson .22 mag revolver
Smith and Wesson sigma series 9mm
Savage .22
And just for gits and shiggles a high point 9mm carbine

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Old 01-13-2013, 02:53 AM   #54
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No .50 here but..

Sigma 1911
Smith and Wesson AR-15
Winchester home defense 12 gauge (8 round tube)
Tula SKS
Century Arms AK-47
Smith and Wesson .22 mag revolver
Smith and Wesson sigma series 9mm
Savage .22
And just for gits and shiggles a high point 9mm carbine
I had a Hi Point 9mm. Worst piece of crap I've ever owned. Pain to clean
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Old 01-13-2013, 02:58 AM   #55
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I had a Hi Point 9mm. Worst piece of crap I've ever owned. Pain to clean

I've heard the carbines are more reliable. I've never had any problems with mine, however I have no allusions about it not being an ugly POS.

My local range has a high point pistol that has sights mounted on the side because "everyone knows killshots are more accurate when the gun is sideways." lol
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Old 01-13-2013, 03:00 AM   #56
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I've heard the carbines are more reliable. I've never had any problems with mine, however I have no allusions about it not being an ugly POS.

My local range has a high point pistol that has sights mounted on the side because "everyone knows killshots are more accurate when the gun is sideways." lol
That's hilarious. They are ugly
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Old 01-13-2013, 03:24 AM   #57
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Here's one of my deer and hog thumpers. S&W 57....8 3/8" bbl.

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Old 01-13-2013, 03:38 AM   #58
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That's hilarious. They are ugly
I have the 995 carbine, I put the ATI stock on mine, looks a lot like a Beretta Cx now. Best upgrade I did to it. Shoots well, only thing I dislike is the 10 rd mags. They could have easily done doublestacks. Thinking of trying my hand at gunsmithing and modifying it to accept one.

I had a highpoint c380 for a while. I agree, not a real good gun. Cheap shooter but ugly, bulky, and hard to clean. Although it was decently reliable, so I can't dis it too much.
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I have not shot my 50 for a few years. Costs to dang much and I will not shoot the surplus military stuff just because my gun does not like them.

Been trying to find some simple 22 longs though and dang I cannot find any in town. I like to plink with them but dang if I can find them

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